Research and development in the Biochemistry laboratory

Identifying active substances and quantifying the effects of test substances is one of the laboratory’s most important areas of work. Examples of investigations carried out on test substances are:

  • The production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in living cells
  • Antioxidative potential (in-vitro test)
  • Growth inhibition
  • Inhibition of sterol biosynthesis
  • Inhibition of cell wall formation

If required, genetically modified fungi or bacteria are produced as test strains or for protein production. 

In cooperation with clients from industry, either new methods can be developed, which will then used in the laboratory or at the client’s premises to identify desired effects, or test substances provided by the client can be tested for an effect within existing methods.


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